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  1. WINDOWS XP & EDITIONS PROJECT 1 GROUP 9 Dexter Littlefield, Randall Carpenter, Brandon Sheffield, Chris Jennings

  2. WINDOW XP The Windows XP desktop has a different look from the desktops for earlier Windows. Windows XP has the ability for two users to log on simultaneously, both with their own applications open. Windows Messenger and Windows Media Player are inherent parts of Windows XP. And XP includes several advanced security features, including Windows Firewall.

  3. XP REQUIREMENTS A minimum of 64 MB of RAM, with 128 MB recommended At least 1.5 GB of free hard drive space, with 2 GB recommended A CPU that runs at least 233 MHz, with a 300-MHz CPU recommended Windows XP can support two processors

  4. NEW FEATURES WITH XP A newer user interface. It has a very distinct look, different from the desktops of earlier Windows versions. As mentioned above, the ability to have two users logged in at the same time.

  5. XP FEATURES Windows Media Player for XP, a centralized application for working with digital media Windows Messenger for instant messaging, conferencing, and application sharing

  6. XP FEATURES Windows Security Center was added with Windows XP Service Pack 2 The ability to burn a CD simply by dragging and dropping a folder or file onto the CD-R device icon

  7. XP FEATURES A way for someone to assist a user at the computer by remotely controlling the computer, called Remote Assistant An expanded Help feature Advanced security features

  8. WINDOWS XP EDITIONS • The two main versions are Windows XP Home Editions and Windows XP Professional, though other less significant editions include Windows XP Media Center Edition, Professional x64 Edition, and Tablet Edition.

  9. XP HOME & PROFESSIONAL EDITIONS Windows XP was replacing all previous versions of Windows in the home market and for the corporate desktop. The first two editions released by Microsoft are Windows XP Home Edition, designed for home users, and Windows XP Professional, designed for business and power-users.

  10. XP HOME AND PRO Windows XP Home Edition and Pro have these features, among others, that were not included with Windows 2000 and other previous versions of Windows: A newer user interface. It has a very distinct look, different from the desktops of earlier Windows versions. As mentioned above, the ability to have two users logged in at the same time. Windows Media Player for XP, a centralized application for working with digital media

  11. XP HOME AND PRO Windows Messenger for instant messaging, conferencing, and application sharing Windows Security Center was added with Windows XP Service Pack 2 The ability to burn a CD simply by dragging and dropping a folder or file onto the CD-R device icon

  12. XP HOME AND PRO A way for someone to assist a user at the computer by remotely controlling the computer, called Remote Assistant An expanded Help feature Advanced security features support for Windows Server Domains

  13. WINDOWS XP PRO x64 Windows XP Professional x64 the user gains the ability to maximize the system’s RAM to the extent allowed by the motherboard, up to 16 GB. Windows XP Professional x64 Edition Overview: Windows XP Pro x64 supports AMD 64 Processors and Intel Extended Memory 64 Technology (EM64T). 32-bit applications will work with the 64-bit Operating System. XP Pro x64 is based on the Windows Server 2003 code tree and does not use the Windows XP client tree and, because of this, does not require Windows XP SP2. Does not support 16-bit and DOS applications

  14. Windows XP Media Center Edition The most prominent feature unique to this edition is the Windows Media Center, which provides a large-font, remotely accessible interface for television viewing on the computer as well as recording and playback, a TV guide, DVD playback, video playback, photo viewing, and music playback.

  15. Windows XP Tablet Edition This edition is intended for specially-designed notebook/laptop computers called tablet PC’s. Windows XP Tablet PC Edition is compatible with a pen-sensitive screen, supporting handwritten notes and portrait-oriented screens. Tablet PC Edition is a superset of Windows XP Professional.